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61 Cards in this Set

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Art 77
Principals: Any servicemember who commits an offense.
Art 78
Accesory after the Fact: A servicemember who, knowing that an offense has been committed, receives, comforts, or assists the offender to hinder or prevent his/her apprehension
Art 79
Conviction of lesser included offenses.
Art 80
Art 81
Art 82
Solicitation: A servicemember who solicits or advises other servicemember to desert.
Art 83
Fraudulent enlistment, appointment or separation.
Art 84
Effecting unlawful enlistment, appointment or separation.
Art 85
Art 86
Absence without leave. (AWOL)
Art 87
Missing movement.
Art 88
Contempt toward officials.
Art 89
Disrespect toward a superior commissioned officer.
Art 90
Assaulting or willfully disobeying superior commissioned officer.
Art 91
Insubordinate conduct toward warrant officer, noncomissioned officer, or petty officer.
Art 92
Failure to obey order or regulation.
Art 93
Cruelty and maltreatment.
Art 94
Mutiny and sedition: A servicemember that creates violence or disturbance against lawful military authority.
Art 95
Resistance breach of arrest and escape.
Art 96
Releasing prisioner without proper authority
Art 97
Unlawful detention.
Art 98
Noncompliance with procedural rules.
Art 99
Misbehavior before the enemy.
Art 100
Subordinate compelling surrender.
Art 101
Improper use of countersign: A servicemember who in time of war discloses the countersign to any person not entitled to receive it.
Art 102
Forcing a safeguard
Art 103
Captured of abandoned property: All persons must secure all public property taken from the enemy for the service of the US. (if not then...use this article)
Art 104
Aiding the enemy.
Art 105
Misconduct as a prisioner.
Art 106
Art 106(a)
Art 107
False official statements
Art 108
Military property of the US, sale, loss, damage destruction, or wrongful disposition.
Art 109
Property other than military property of the US, waste, spoilage, or destruction
Art 110
Improper hazarding of vessel
Art 111
Drunken or reckless driving
Art 112
Drunk on duty
Art 112(a)
Wrongful use possesion, etc. of controlled substances.
Art 113
Misbehavior of sentinel or lookout
Art 114
Art 115
Malingering: A servicemember who for purposes of avoiding work, duty or service feigns illness.
Art 116
Riot or breach of peace
Art 117
Provoking speeches or gestures
Art 118
Art 119
Art 120
Rape and carnal knowledge
Art 121
Larceny and wrongful appropiation.
Art 122
Art 123
Art 123(a)
Making, drawing, or uttering check, draft, or order without sufficient funds.
Art 124
Maiming: Mutilation of any organ or body part.
Art 125
Art 126
Art 127
Extortion: A servicemember who communicates threats to another person with the intention to obtain anything of value.
Art 128
Art 129
Art 130
Art 131
Perjury: False testimony
Art 132
Frauds agains the US
Art 133
Conduct unbecoming an officer and gentleman
Art 134
General Article